Hosted by the NSW state branch
Patricia Correll will present an overview of the Lumos program in NSW, which securely links de-identified data from general practices (GPs) to other health data such as hospital, emergency department, mortality and more. It is a partnership between Primary Health Networks and the NSW Ministry of Health to shine a light on patient journey by providing up-to date information about what services are used by patients, where and when. Lumos has been scaling up across NSW since late 2019 and currently has over 500 NSW GPs enrolled which represent around 3 million people. Initial results already indicate that GP approaches to patient care can affect patient outcomes across the health system.
Jane Shrapnel will illustrate how Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network is using eMR data to create a data warehouse which underpins the analytics required to develop decision support for clinicians and optimise individual patient care. Jane will illustrate how their research and algorithms have already improved patient outcomes for specific diseases, demonstrating the potential for population and cohort level precision medicine utilising eMR data.
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Thursday 2 December
5:30pm – 8:00pm AEDT
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The EY Centre
Level 34, 200 George Street
Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Approved for 1 CPD point for the CHIA certification.
Dr Jon Carrano
Panel facilitator, NSW Branch Deputy Chair, AIDH, & Managing Director, Pharmsite
Principal Epidemiologist, System Integration, Monitoring and Evaluation, NSW Ministry of Health
📝 Lumos: Using data to put the patient at the centre
Principal Data Scientist, The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network
📝 SCHN: Journey towards a more personalised healthcare experience
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